Alaska Big Game Hunting: Hunt Bear, Moose and Caribou
Hunts in Alaska, United States
We have the services of a small personalised owner-operated guide service dedicated to providing you with, not only an awesome hunting experience, but the total Alaskan wilderness experience.
Your guide has three ‘guide use’ areas located on two federal guiding concessions, that are some of the best areas for the species hunted. Some areas are extremely remote and can only be reached by a light plane charter flight.
We have three hunts available. (Please click the hunts below to see the hunt details)
These hunts are conducted within the Artic National Wildlife Refuge on the North Slope of the Brooks Range.The area is extremely remote and is an exclusive guide concession, so there are no other hunters in the area. There are only four Sheep and four Grizzly permitted each year and the hunts are as close to 100% successfull as is humanly possible.
Caribou from the world famous porcupine herd migrate through this area and are a possible add-on to your Sheep and Grizzly hunt.
- August 8th to 20th
- August 20th to 30th
Clients fly scheduled air to Kaktovik and then take a charter flight into camp. Charter fees apply.
This hunt represents excellent value for money in one of the most remote and primitive areas on the planet, with a guide that gives 110% effort to achieve a successful hunt for his clients.
Mountain Goat hunts are conducted in Prince William Sound in the Chugach National Forest guiding concession.This area has a high population of large mature male goats and you won’t waste time climbing mountains in the hope of seeing goats. You will see goats every day and the only time you will climb is when a trophy billy is spotted.
- September 15th to September 22nd.
- September 24th to October 1st.
- October 3rd to October 10th.
Mountain Goat hunts can be physically demanding and your level of fitness could determine the outcome of your hunt.
We strongly advise clients to undertake and continue a physical fitness program 6 months prior to and right up to your hunt date. Although a demanding hunt, a Mountain Goat is a spectacular trophy and this is an extremely rewarding hunt.
Black bear and Brown bear hunts are conducted in the stunningly beautiful Prince William Sound on a Chugach National Forest guiding concession.The area has an abundance of marine life and one of the highest populations of black bears in the United States with hides squaring 6-7 feet.
Hunting is done by cruising the beaches in a skiff and glassing the grass flats for large male bears. The physical level of this hunt is extremely low. Brown bears are available on the spring hunt.
Hunting is done by walking the salmon streams where bears will be encountered feasting on the spawning salmon, success is nearly 100% on this hunt. Brown bears are available on the last hunt.
- May 6th to 13th Black bear.
- May 15th to 25th Black bear trophy hunt.
- May 28th to June 3rd Black bear.
- June 5th to 11th Black bear.
- September 6th to 13th Black bear.
- October 15th to 25th Black bear trophy hunt.
This again represents a great value hunt in some of the most beautiful tide water glaciers and fiords in the world coupled with teaming marine life and huge trophy Black bears.
Clients fly a scheduled flight to Valdez where you will be met at the Best Western Valdez and returned there at the end of your 7 day hunt.
There is a charter fishing booking agent located in the lobby of the hotel should you wish to partake in some world class sports fishing before or after your hunt.
Included in Hunt Cost
The following are included in the hunt cost:
- Transfers from closest airport to hunting area.
- Accommodation for duration of hunt.
- All food and beverages. (excluding alcohol)
- Skinning and field preparation of trophies.
- Hunting guides for duration of hunt.
- Domestic or International flights.
- Accommodation prior to and after the hunt.
- Packaging or Shipping of your trophies.
- Alcoholic beverages.
- Rifle import permit.
- Tips or gratuities to your guide or his staff.
- Additional trophies outside the hunting package.
Whilst all reasonable care will be taken during your stay, hunting is a potentially hazardous pursuit and your guide or his staff will not be held responsible for loss or injury that may occur.
We strongly advise all our hunters to arrange adequate insurance prior to leaving your home. All our hunters will be supplied with our Terms and Conditions and Indemnity Forms prior to the hunt commencement.
For current prices on all our hunts please fill in the details below.
Please note that access to many International hunting grounds may require aerial and/or unusual forms of ground transportation such as snowmobiles etc. These forms of transport can be susceptible to the effects of extreme and unforeseeable weather shifts. Hunters are therefore advised to factor in some time flexibility to allow for unforeseen events.